So, after doing the washing that needed to be done, we drove out to Devil's Bridge and had a look around. Here are some of the photos we took.
|The Prince of Wales coming into Devil's Bridge|
|One of many wood carvings at the station|
|The view from the second stop on the walk|
|One of two waterfalls in the area|
|The steepest section of the track|
|An arched bridge|
|The river flows through a narrow gorge at the bottom of the waterfall|
|A close up of on section of the waterfall|
|Another section of the waterfall|
|The second Waterfall|
After Devil's Bridge we drove to Aberaeron where we found a nice little restaurant and craft area where we had lunch. While there, we found a leaflet for a Wool Museum that was near Newcastle Emlyn which was on the way to Carmarthen.
|The old waterwheel still turns|
While at the Museum I learnt about Mill Ponds as well as a few other things. I also picked a couple of balls of Scottish wool (who would of thought that I would be able to buy Scottish wool in Wales) and a cone of wool made at the museum. Now all I need is a sample of some English wool and I will have a full set.
We have now settled in at our accommodation in St Clears and tomorrow we will make our way to Cardiff.